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Who we are
This website was set up by UK-based Orlando theme park fans to help you compare Orlando tickets, find the best deal on your tickets and to prevent you from being left out of pocket by fly-by-night retailers looking to earn a quick buck.
You can navigate around the website and find out more about each retailer by clicking here. Alternatively, you can compare Disney ticket prices, compare Universal Studios ticket prices and compare SeaWorld ticket prices.
What tickets do I need?
The ticket you need is dependant on what parks you want to visit and what you want to get out of your holiday experience. Generally you can follow the guide below to work out what tickets you’ll need.
1. How long are you going for?
First you need to decide how long you’re going to visit for… The UK retailers can sell certain tickets but not others. For example, Disney allows the UK to sell 7, 14 and 21 day tickets to their parks, but the magic your way ticket can’t be be sold by a UK authorised Disney ticket seller.
2. What do you want to get out of your holiday?
Secondly, you need to decide what you want to do while you’re away and how many times you want to visit a park. A great way to do this would be to use our FREE Orlando holiday planner which will help you to create a visual itinerary of everything you want to do while in Orlando.
3. Compare the ticket prices
Thirdly, start comparing the ticket prices for the tickets you think you’ll need while you’re there. Each ticket has info on what parks you can enter and the valid length of the ticket.
Why should I buy in the UK?
There are several reasons to buy your tickets in the UK – here are just a few…
1. No queueing at the gate
If you buy a ticket at the gate, or even a voucher, you could be waiting in the queue at the gate for a long period of time. At peak times this could be up to 2 hours and in off-peak times it could be around 1 hour. It’s much better to buy in advance.
2. It’s cheaper
Yes – surprisingly it actually costs you less! The gate prices fluctuate massively meaning it could actually cost you more to visit all the parks you want to visit – especially if you want to hop between different parks on the same day.
3. Better ticket options
The UK market are exclusively allowed to sell 14 and 21 day Ultimate tickets for Disney and as such you get more for your money and better ticket options that you can buy while you are in Orlando.
A lot of the UK retailers offer added extras which is another bonus of buying in the UK. A lot of the retailers will offer splash proof ticket wallets, DVD’s, underwater cameras, kids eat free cards and much more as a free extra.